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AJET has recently put their collection online

Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology (AJET) is a scholarly evangelical theological journal offering articles and book reviews relating to theology and ministry in Africa. AJET is published twice a year by the staff of the Scott Christian University School of Theology (formerly Scott Theological College) in Kenya. Click here for subscription details.

  Vols. 1-8 (1982-1989)
  Vols. 9-20 (1990-2001)
  Vols. 21-30 (2002-2011)
  Vols. 31- (2012- )
 

Act now and benefit from this free offer to theological libraries and scholars in Africa!

A friend of ACTEA has offered to mail free of charge to theological libraries and scholars a newly compiled data CD entitled "Perspectives of an African Theologian: The writings of Byang H. Kato Th.D." The CD contains 90 documents including Byang H. Kato's published and unpublished articles, his M.S.T. thesis and Th.D. dissertation, and several published books including his "Theological Pitfalls in Africa".

Click Here to see the full list in BYANG H. KATO: A BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Click Here to see Dr. Kato's Obituary as given at his funeral on 24 December 1975.

To request your free copy simply email info@TheolEdAfrica.org and indicate your involvement in theological scholarship in Africa, and, provide your complete mailing address. We encourage multiple orders to the same address in order to save shipping costs (provide above details for each intended recipient).

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Important Research Report

Tolerance and Tension: Islam and Christianity in Sub-Saharan Africa

Click Here to view the extensive 400-page survey results.

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To provide a website platform for encouraging, facilitating, and publicizing evangelical theological development in the African context.

 

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